Community-engaged scholarship (CES) consists of research, teaching, and creative activities that are designed jointly, carried out in collaboration and with potential benefit for groups and organizations, locally and globally. Click on the links below to know more about the characteristics of CES, learn how to develop and sustain community partnerships, and review thousands of scholarly articles published in the leading CES journals
Community-Engaged Scholarship: A Faculty Handbook
Scholarship of Engagement: Publishing Your Community Engagement Work Webinar featuring guest facilitators Dr. Neeraja Aravamudan, editor of the Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning and Dr. Mary Jo Callan, Director of the Edward Ginsberg Center at University of Michigan. This workshop was sponsored by ResearchOne.
Characteristics of CES
Developing Community Partnerships
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